A few days ago I tried rebooting my Linux server. It took such a long time that in order to speed up the process I unplugged the power. After I restarted I got messages saying that my file system was read only. It took forever to boot and while I eventually got in the system I couldn't bring up my network interfaces.
I decided to reinstall Linux. Before doing so I tried backing up my data using Freenas (to get my interfaces up and running and perform a network copy using samba). Somehow I couldn't mount the drive that I wanted to backup.
I ssh'd into the freenas-server, and issued the commands:
mount -t ext2fs /dev/ad6s1 /mnt/share
no errors. When I try:
Anyone know what's happening?
When I do ls -al, the directory (share) is not shown!
and when I just issue an ls without -al, the directory (share) is shown..